The Nintendo Switch has been out for a little over a week now, which is ample time to run out of games to buy and start looking for extra accessories. Here are some of these cases, stands and accessories I’ve been using with my new hybrid gaming system.
You probably ditched your home phone years ago, but odds are there's still a landline phone sitting on your desk at work. As satisfying as it is to slam down a handset to drive home a point, it's time to upgrade. And Native Union will help you transition to using your smartphone all the time with its lovely POP Desk…
Most leather accessories for your smartphone take the form of unflattering cases that add unnecessary bulk to your device and detract from its sleek design. And that's why we love Alain Berteau's lovely leather keyring accessory—because it does neither of those things.
We've all spent a lifetime staring at TVs several feet away, so it makes sense that man lacks the requisite strength to hold a tablet for prolonged viewing sessions. Resorting to a stand is nothing to be ashamed of, particularly if it's got the graceful curves of the sne.
It's as functional as it is simple, but if you have any intentions of upgrading your iPhone in the very near future, you're unfortunately going to want to pass on Evouni's lovely leather sleeve stand. All evidence points to the next-generation iPhone being taller than the current model, which means this sleeve will…
You might not be handy with a hammer or a screwdriver, but this clever iPad stand being sold on Etsy shows that you don't actually need any construction skills to build a highly-functional stand. Just the tools themselves.
Hub's flat-packed Prizm iPad stand is designed to be as light and minimal as possible, separating into two pieces of precision cut thin aluminum that can be easily slipped inside a bag or case alongside your tablet.
If Apple had designed an iPad 2 stand that didn't double as a protective cover, I'm inclined to believe it would look exactly like Ten One Design's Magnus, which uses a strong neodymium magnet to make the iPad appear to float.
For every person who buys a tablet to use as a media consumption device, there's another who buys one with intentions of transforming it into a full blown laptop or desktop PC via clunky third-party accessories. No, really, you shouldn't have.
As an Incase product owner I'm pretty used to the idea of my iPad and MacBook cases being simple black and white affairs that perform their jobs well with little fanfare (and a high price).
While musicians gleefully move their musical talents into the tech world, they still need a way to see their work during performances or recording sessions. The ELASTICK solves that problem by strapping your tablet to a standard microphone stand. Easy.
Minimal in materials used, but maximal in the number of ways you can use it, the Infinite Loop stand lets you prop your iPad up virtually anywhere, at any angle.
If you're hooked on Apple's Smart Cover design and you've wished you could somehow mimic its propping functionality on your laptop, AViiQ's Portable Quick Stand might work for you.
There are plenty of nice iPad stands—the flashy Joule, say, or the utilitarian Compass—but there's nothing wrong with wanting to see a little wood grain behind your tablet's sleek metal lines. This gorgeous iPad stand from Etsy user Ideasinwood is laser cut from Pennsylvania cherry, inlaid with a nice floral design,…
The simple lines of the Dalcans high-end "Lollypop" unit hide a host of features one would not readily associate with an AV cabinet. For instance, it smells.
Forever overlooked by ironic iPhone coverings, the humble plastic cassette case gets a look-in on the action along with the cassette, where it acts as a stand for watching videos. A much more worthy job than just encasing the iPhone.
There's a good number of nice iPad stands—most recently Twelve South's Compass—but at some point you have to ask yourself how much stand is too much. The PadFoot does the job and stays out of the way.
It's $50. But in an age when Apple was just selling fanboys Livestrong bracelets for $30, I don't think we can complain about that point too much.
OK, Droid X. OK, Evo. You guys win. You have big, shiny screens that I would very much enjoy watching a movie on. But how to prop you up or hang you from a seat back? Ah! The Munkey.